Solinst Logger Y-Splitter

The Y-splitter allows two Solinst dataloggers to be connected to the LevelSender at the same time (i.e. Levelogger and Barologger).

Features

  • Compatible with direct read cable assemblies
  • Integrates with LevelSender cellular telemetry system
  • Splits connection to facilitate connection of two dataloggers
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Solinst Logger Y-Splitter109700 Y-splitter for connecting 2 loggers
$57.00
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
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